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MAMA MAREMMA EMPLOYS THE VILLAGE

Mama Maremma is always on the job. Watching, listening, smelling and sensing. Lying in bed in the early hours of the morning becomes a skilled task for her, willing herself not to make any sudden move which could alert the one she is caring for of her waking status. The knowledge that she is  ..

HOW BEING A DOG HELPS ME TO LOOK AFTER MY LAMB

I am Mama Maremma. I am a Human Sheepdog. I am the Guardian of a child living with FASD, who is like my lamb, often needing to be led in order to make sense of our world. At times my lamb becomes more like a Ram On A Rampage or even a Bull In A China Shop. As Mama Maremma, I guide h ..

Fetal protection from exposure to alcohol is not just a woman’s responsibility it is everyone’s responsibility!

Source: https://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content/SMA07-4275/SMA07-4275.pdf Research conducted in Australia reveals that the majority of women who continued to drink in pregnancy drank with their partner and that heavy drinking women were more likely to have partners who were heavy drin ..



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